On 18 April 2017, the official launch of the Netherlands Antibiotic Development Platform - NADP - will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The programme includes a key note from the Nobel laureate Ben Feringa, professor of Organic Chemistry at the University of Groningen. And a keynote by Nathanial Martin, Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical Biology & Drug Discovery, Utrecht Institute for Pharmaceutical Science at Utrecht University as well as CEO of Karveel Pharmaceuticals.
The program also includes an informative session on the upcoming call from the NWO-domain Applied and Engineering Sciences (NWO TTW) on new antibiotics and alternatives. This call is expected to open at the end of April, and a matchmaking session will be part of the afternoon program to give you the opportunity to meet new partners for the NWO TTW call. NADP-launch-program-18-April-2017.
If you would like to attend the launch event on 18 April 2017, please register by email through the NADP communication manager Aurélie Veltema at [email protected].
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